Status of Complex Images IO

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Image -> Extract -> Intensity

Every tested images of the list gives good result.

Image -> Ortho

RAD_CI4 et RAD_CR4 not used : no metada. For other format :

cyrille@dora:/home2/cyrille/ORFEO-TOOLBOX/MyTools/sources/testCplx$ ./orthoLauncher.py
1/7 (RSAT1) done
terminate called after throwing an instance of 'itk::ExceptionObject'
  what():  /ORFEO/cyrille/ORFEO-TOOLBOX/OTB/Code/Projections/otbSensorModelBase.txx:157:
itk::ERROR: InverseSensorModel(0x16d3790): Invalid Model pointer m_Model == NULL!
 The ossim keywordlist is invalid!
Aborted
2/7 (RSAT2) done
3/7 (ENVISAT) done
terminate called after throwing an instance of 'itk::ExceptionObject'
  what():  /ORFEO/cyrille/ORFEO-TOOLBOX/OTB/Code/Projections/otbSensorModelBase.txx:157:
itk::ERROR: InverseSensorModel(0x16d3760): Invalid Model pointer m_Model == NULL!
 The ossim keywordlist is invalid!
Aborted
4/7 (PALSAR) done
5/7 (TERRASSARX) done
6/7 (SAR_ERS) done
terminate called after throwing an instance of 'itk::ExceptionObject'
  what():  /ORFEO/cyrille/ORFEO-TOOLBOX/OTB/Code/Projections/otbSensorModelBase.txx:157:
itk::ERROR: InverseSensorModel(0x16d3740): Invalid Model pointer m_Model == NULL!
 The ossim keywordlist is invalid!
Aborted
7/7 (RAD_CI2) done

Seems to have a problem with SensorModel for:

  1. RADARSAT2
  2. PALSAR
  3. RAD_CI2

Image -> Ortho -> Intensity

Same result as the previus one.

Image -> Intensity -> Ortho

No image exit the process. The same error every where:

terminate called after throwing an instance of 'itk::ExceptionObject'
  what():  /ORFEO/cyrille/ORFEO-TOOLBOX/OTB/Code/Projections/otbSensorModelBase.txx:157:
itk::ERROR: InverseSensorModel(0x16d3740): Invalid Model pointer m_Model == NULL!
 The ossim keywordlist is invalid!
Aborted

Image -> Intensity -> Ortho

Make the ortho before computing intensity... First think to do : see why have trouble with SensorModel.